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help on head bolt torque for wc engine

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kmcclung

07-24-2012 16:56:17




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What would be the factory spects and would it be different on a puller engine with fairly high compression thanks guys i'm new to the ac engines always run red ones before now.




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mlpankey

07-26-2012 17:40:39




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 Re: help on head bolt torque for wc engine in reply to kmcclung, 07-24-2012 16:56:17  
i have ran as high as 14.1 on the felpro blue gasket with 4.125 liners. tighten the 1/2 studs and cap bolts to 90ftlbs the 7/16 screw 70ftlbs



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kmcclung

07-24-2012 19:57:34




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 Re: help on head bolt torque for wc engine in reply to kmcclung, 07-24-2012 16:56:17  
mlpankey you seem like you know ac engines could you tell me what the factory specs on the bolt are and would a copper gasket help this thing has a lot of cranking compression thanks



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mlpankey

07-24-2012 18:48:11




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 Re: help on head bolt torque for wc engine in reply to kmcclung, 07-24-2012 16:56:17  
nope use the factory spec .Theres plenty of bolts so you get good clamping forces



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